"Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" Costume Institute Gala - ArrivalsNetflix series "Fuller House," the sequel show to classic sitcom "Full House," pulled out all the stops in its first season, featuring the return of just about every major character, with two glaring exceptions: The Olsen twins. While the actresses-turned-fashion moguls declined to appear on the program, the show still left the door open for a potential cameo somewhere down the road. But according to one of the revival's stars, it looks like that may never actually happen.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jodie Sweetin, who plays middle sister Stephanie Tanner, said that the show has made several ovations to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in an effort to get them to appear. But Sweetin admitted that it doesn't look like those pleas will ever work.

"We've tried everything," the actress told ET. "I think we've kinda given up."

That's not entirely surprising, especially considering that the twins (who famously declared they were done with acting back in 2013) claimed they didn't even know the revival was happening when it was first announced -- an assertion that fellow costar John Stamos called B.S. The show did some creative maneuvering to explain why little sister Michelle was missing, taking inspiration from the Olsens' real-life fashion careers (and throwing in a pointed silence to really drive home their awkward absence). Maybe the sisters just didn't think that over-the-top reaction could be topped?

But don't fret, "Fuller House" fans: According to Sweetin, there will be plenty of other fun cameos waiting for fans during the show's sophomore season.

"A lot of people that have been talked about for like 30 years are going to be on the show," Sweetin told ET of season two. "It's going to be a lot of fun."

[via: Entertainment Tonight]

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